Our journey began with print in Nagpur; and with the increasing popularity of our three newspapers, i.e. Navabharat (Hindi), Navarashtra (Marathi), and Central Chronicle (English), our reach slowly and gradually spread all across Central India.
Navabharat is the most read Hindi newspaper in urban Maharashtra according to IRS. Its growth in Madhya Pradesh led us to launch separate editions in other states, which diversified our range of readers. Today, Navabharat serves everyone looking for their interests, be it a trader looking for useful insights related to market and commodities, a working man looking for current affairs and employment opportunities, or the youth looking for career advice and interesting entertainment events or news. It also has a strong presence in three more states, namely Gujarat, Chattisgarh, and Orissa
Known among women of all age groups as their friendliest guide, Suruchi is published every Wednesday with a wide range of categories, including fashion, interiors, grooming, family and social issues.
Spanning everything related to Bollywood, ranging from all the Page 3 glitterati and spicy gossip, to the latest news and movie announcements, Glamour is the perfect supplement for Bollywood maniacs. In addition, it also reserves space for ads.
With its collection of comprehensive articles on varied categories, Awakash is the highly engaging Sunday supplement of Navabharat and captures a considerable amount of the reader’s attention, ranging from a few minutes to over half an hour. The categories covered in this supplement include money, business, career, political, and inspirational related themes.
Our English daily, Central Chronicle, began in 1957 in Bhopal, as an attempt to express our opinions to the aristocrats. It gave a voice to many incidents that took place in the post-independence era. Its progress led to the launch of its Bilaspur and Raipur editions in 1984, which further made it prominent in English journalism in Central India.